The 4th Genome Maintenance Meeting lasts from April 26 until April 29, 2013. 39 internationally recognized scientists from all over the world have confirmed their attendance as speakers. This is the fourth in line of a series of successful international m eetings, addressing genome instability and DNA repair. The three previous meetings have also been held in Oslo, underlining the global role of our research environment in molecular biology. The conference will be held in the new life science building at t he University of Oslo/Oslo University Hospital, where there is room for up to 200 participants.
The conference program includes oral presentation sessions from graduate students and postdoctoral fellows selected from submitted abstracts. The highly colle gial atmosphere of this conference provides a unique opportunity for new investigators, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students to present and discuss their work with an audience that includes internationally recognized leaders in the field.
Please s ee the attached project description, program and budget for further details, as well as the GMM4 website www.gmm4.com.